Yes, it can!
Yes. My sister got a ticket for speeding, but the officer had written down the wrong speed limit. She wrote to the court for the ticket and had the ticket waived.
In Kentucky the vehicle name is not going to invalidate the ticket. The make and model is not critical to the nature of the violation.
I have the same question! I was looking over the ticket I got last night and realized the officer clearly wrote a 9 as the last number in my drivers license number and the last number of my drivers license number is really a 3...I really hope this makes the ticket void.
You should consult with an attorney who does DUI cases in your area. The ticket could probably be challenged but you need expert help.
Probably not. Generally, minor clerical errors don't invalidate a traffic citation. Besides, you showing up in court to fight the ticket is pretty much proof as to who got it.
If he doesn't have your correct license number, he doesn't have the correct information about you. Right? I'd ignore the ticket. Stupid officer.
If you show up in court on the date written on the ticket and the officer is not there to prosecute the ticket the judge SHOULD dismiss it. On the other hand, if YOU failed to show up on that date, you were probably found guilty in absentia. As for the other part of the question - it is unknown what you mean by ".. did not write what the ticket was for other than a citation."
As far as i know, if the officer who wrote the ticket doesnt show up to your court date, the fine as well as the points of the ticket are dismissed, its as if you never were pulled over.
No. The issue is a minor one and if all the other information is correct, the name of the driver, plate number etc. the ticket is valid.
yes if you were caught by a traffic camera or a police officer who was not in a vehicle was able to get your plate number and wrote the ticket.